Landmarks in Negros Oriental
Landmarks in Negros Oriental Reviews
Landamarks in Negros Oriental Nov 22, 2009
Campanario, Dumaguete City. The 20-meter tall bellfry, the Province's best known landmark, is endowed with history and stories.
Centennial Campuses, Dumaguete City. Silliman University, founded 1901, is the oldest Protestant university in Asia. St. Paul University Dumaguete, founded 1904, is the first institution in the Philippines of the Sisters of St. Paul de Chartes.
Silliman Hall, Dumaguete City. Oldest structure on campus, erected in 1903 to house Silliman Institute.
Rizal Boulevard, Dumaguete City. Hub of the Capital City's tourism activities, features a 780-meter seaside promenade, a row of storied houses including the residences of three former Provincial Governors, and some of the city's finest dining establishments.
San Agustin Church Complex, Bacong. A restored convent, it houses precious church artifacts. Declared a National Cultural Treasure by the National Museum in 2001. Church features the Province's tallest belfry and oldest gold-leafed altar.
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